Initiatives Prince George (IPG) aims to grow and diversify the economy of Prince George in order to improve quality of life, raise the standard of living for residents, increase the tax base and create new opportunitites for local and incoming business.
Downtown Prince George (formerly the Prince George Downtown Business Improvement
Association) was formed to improve the downtown area and business climate.
Welcome PG is a strategic collaboration of community stakeholders, businesses, non-profit organizations and service providers based on a mutual passion and belief in removing barriers to social inclusion. It is created to enhance Prince George's diversity and economic prosperity by strengthening its capacity to attract, recruit and retain internationally trained new Canadians who have chosen Canada as their home
The City of Prince George is a vibrant, active and diverse community that provides a strong focal point and identity to the north, with a thriving economy that offers full opportunities for housing, employment, education, recreation and the cultural life of residents.
Community Futures of Fraser-Fort George is continually working to mobilize our community to achieve a stronger, more sustainable future by providing our community with a variety of business services
The College of New Caledonia (CNC) was established in Prince George, BC, Canada in 1969, and has since expanded across central BC, with campuses in Prince George, Quesnel, Mackenzie, Burns Lake, Fort St. James, Fraser Lake, and Vanderhoof.
The University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) is regularly rated among the best small universities in Canada. With a core campus in Prince George and regional campuses throughout northern BC, UNBC annually attracts about 4,200 students.
We would like to thank Black Sheep Photography for their continued support of the Chamber of Commerce and the usage of their beautiful pictures on our website.
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